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By Mary Bolling Blackiston, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Finding organic food in Rio is not always easy, especially compared with some other major international cities. With many restaurants and juice bars serving heavy, processed foods, and most supermarkets selling non-organic products, it takes some extra effort to find fresh, chemical-free, non-processed food.

Gwendoline de Ganay, a native of France who is now living in Rio and is founder of the blog "Sustainable Brasil", favors organic food because she says that "the regular fruit and veggies you . . .

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